PLAYER RATINGS V POSH



A tense top of the table clash ended 1-1, with neither side creating too many chances. Here’s how the lads rated out of ten...


Lee Burge (7/10): Made a few good saves, particularly the close-range stop to prevent Luke O’Nien’s own goal.

Max Power (6/10): Couldn’t get forward due to Peterborough’s attacking threat, but defended dutifully when called upon.

Dion Sanderson (7/10): A calming influence at the back, Sanderson walked through most of the game and managed Clarke-Harris well.

Luke O’Nien (7/10): Made a couple of errors, but made up for it with some excellent defending and throwing his body on the line time and time again.

Callum McFadzean (5/10): Wasn’t involved for the majority of the match. Put in a very weak tackle which led to Dembele’s goal. Time to bring in Hume from the start against Charlton.


Grant Leadbitter (7/10): Calm in possession and showed good defensive awareness, protecting the defence from midfield.

Carl Winchester (6/10): Provided the energy and composure to compliment Leadbitter’s qualities.


Jordan Jones (7/10): Direct at all times, running down the wing and looking to create every time he got the ball. Was by passed to much by direct tactics.

Aiden McGeady (8/10): Took a lot of dangerous set pieces, including the one which eventually equalised. Looked our most dangerous player throughout, as he always does.


Ross Stewart (5/10): Lost the battle against Mark Beevers who had an outstanding game. Considering his height, Stewart wasn’t actually dominant in the air and didn’t make much of an impact on his first start.

Charlie Wyke (7/10): Held the ball up well and came close with a few long range snap shots.


Subs:

Conor McLaughlin (6/10): Steady as always and tidy in possession.

Denver Hume (6/10): Was nice to see Hume back on the pitch.

Lynden Gooch (7/10): Very lively as we pushed for an equaliser and then a winner.

Aiden O’Brien (7/10): Helped push us forward and took the pressure off Wyke.

Josh Scowen (7/10): Pressed well and retained possession when we needed to.